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Title: Mexican Incunabula (1559-1600) at the Latin American Library
Provides digitized images of early Mexican books produced during the first century of printing (1539-1600). In addition to making available some of the earliest imprints produced in the New World, this collection provides important sources for the study of the first phases of the Spanish enterprise in the New World, as well as initial forms of encounter between Native Americans and Europeans. These works also provide valuable insights into native languages and customs during the first decades of contact.
Contact: Jeff Rubin. firstname.lastname@example.org, 504-247-1832
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